ENGINEERING NEWS RECORD: Montgomery, Ala., Whitewater Project Builds More than Rapids

Southeast Construction News

By Derek Lacey

A $75-million whitewater park on course for completion this summer in Montgomery, Ala., is founded not on a river bed but on two winding cast-concrete channels seated on land, with an artificial 22 ft drop in elevation. The channels will receive 12-million gallons of filtered water and give pro kayakers a place to practice on an Olympic-level whitewater course and beginners a place to learn and have fun.

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